Plagiarism and APA. Kelly Burke January 31, 2012. Learning Goals. You should be able to define plagiarism. You should be able to identify different forms of plagiarism You should be able to apply APA style for the sources you use in your research. The True or False of Plagiarism.
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“Compared to non-users, people who use opioids intravenously are at far greater risk of contracting blood-borne diseases and passing them on to others” (Magnin, 2006, para. 2).
Courts have shown deliberate indifference as evidenced by proving there are such systems of care with gross deficiencies in staffing, facilities and equipment, or that providers deny access to care. Correctional administrators must ask themselves if deficient conditions exist, for offenders who are medically or mentally ill, in administrative segregation, resulting in possible constitutional risk for cruel and unusual punishment. (Maue, 2006, p. 2)
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These ideas constitute a holisticapproach to nursing, with caring as a major part(Henderson). Boyer’s model of scholarship, whichhas been a guide to an understanding of nursing scholarshipsince 1990, includes the scholarship of discovery,integration, application, and teaching (Pape, 2008).
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Nursing scholars lead the profession and maintain an interactive connection between theory and practice. “Theory without practice is empty, and practice without theory is blind” (Cross, 1981). Thus nursing scholarship does not occur in a vacuum.
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